Structural models acquired using cryo-EM at PNCC show how neurotoxin molecules bind to muscle-type nicotinic acetylcholine receptors to block the binding of acetylcholine. These results act as a framework for understanding how mutations in the acetylcholine receptor lead to congenital myasthenic syndromes. Citation: "Structure of the Native Muscle-type Nicotinic Receptor and Inhibition by Snake Venom Toxins" Md. Mahfuzur Rahman, Jinfeng Teng, Brady T. Worrell, Colleen M. Noviello, Myeongseon Lee, Arthur Karlin, Michael  H. B. Stowell, and Ryan E. Hibbs (2020)